journeyman players whose only skill is total disregard for their bodies become legends, albeit short-term ones.
To play the character, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss cast Pedro Pascal, a journeyman Chilean-American actor.
He'll be played by Grahame Fox, a journeyman Welsh actor who's appeared on the U.K. soap EastEnders and the TV series Casualty.
“I was a journeyman chef of middling abilities,” Bourdain admits.
And journeyman Swedish golfer Johan Edfors, who attended the University of Texas San Antonio, is really no match here.
At first he had no journeyman or apprentice, and he cut the tree for his own timber.
He was dressed simply, like a journeyman artist, whose hands are white.
I will not allow myself to be used by these lords of the earth as a journeyman, to whom the masters assign work for scanty pay.
On completing his education in this business, he worked for a time as a journeyman.
There can be no becoming friendship between the future Lady Lovel and a journeyman tailor.
"qualified worker at a craft or trade who works for wages for another" (a position between apprentice and master), early 15c., from journey (n.), preserving the etymological sense of the word, + man (n.). Figurative depricatory sense of "hireling, drudge" is from 1540s. Its American English colloquial shortening jour (adj.) is attested from 1835.
A skilled artisan who works on hire for master artisans rather than for himself.